You may be wondering what SB and F stand for.
Well, we probably have to talk about PB & J first.
I’m not a huge fan of peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
I do like peanut butter but jelly makes the whole sandwich a bit too sweet, and I feel like something is missing… freshness, maybe.
So, as you can see in this post, I like to add fresh fruit.
In this particular post I used jelly but I usually leave jelly out, so my PB & J is technically more like PB & F: peanut butter and fruit.
This time instead of peanut butter I used sunflower butter, so that’s where the name comes from.
Sunflower butter and fruit, SB & F.
It’s like a cousin of PB & F (lol).
This was my first time to try sunflower butter.
One of my Instagram friends posts a lot of pictures with sunflower butter, and that inspired me to try it.
It’s very creamy, and my first impression was “it tastes like sunflower seeds!”
The flavor is unique (a bit milder or more sophisticated? than peanut butter), and it is a great addition to my small nut butter collections.
So just because I wanted to try this new butter, I baked bread.
This is 2/3 whole wheat bread (2/3 of the flour used was whole wheat flour: 1 (all purpose flour): 2(whole wheat flour).
I usually hesitate to buy strawberries because there are wide variables in the taste quality, and I have been unlucky coming home with almost tasteless strawberries often recently.
But finally luck was with me, and these strawberries were so sweet!
I generously spread the sunflower butter on the toasted bread slices.
Aren’t these open sandwiches pretty?
This makes a perfect breakfast.
I enjoyed the sandwich with a cup of coffee.
I just bought this mug, and I absolutely love it.
It’s from Anthropologie.
– 2 toasts
– 2 tablespoons sunflower butter
– fruit; I used a banana and strawberries
1. Spread sunflower butter on toasts.
2. Place fruit on top.